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Educational Leadership (M.Ed.)

Available: Macon

The educational leadership program develops advanced practitioners to become mentors and advisors to beginning educators, innovative leaders in their schools and communities and architects of change in the systems that govern local, state, and national education.  The master of education degree supports this philosophy by providing the practitioner with the tools to construct a knowledge base in current educational trends and innovative curricular designs which will build the foundation for innovative leadership resulting in successful student performance.  The content field coursework specific to Leadership is taken as part of a cohort.  The coursework is configured to meet on Saturdays supplemented by on-line assignments and study.  Students already holding T5 level certification in a Georgia teaching field may elect to add certification in Leadership by completing the Content Field, Internship and Capstone courses only.

School Improvement Core classes for the M.Ed . are taken separately from the Leadership cohort.  Students may take these courses before, during, or after the Leadership cohort. 

Admission Requirements

  1. Graduate Admissions Application Form
  2. Two professional recommendations (pdf)
  3. Official copies of all transcripts
  4. Passing scores on the Graduate Writing Assessment
  5. Minimal GPA of 2.25
  6. Verification of immunization

Upon meeting all course and examination requirements of this program, an NL5 certificate in Educational Leadership may be issued by the Professional Standards Commission of Georgia.  GC recommendation is required.

Professional Standards Note: To be eligible for a certificate in Educational Leadership, the applicant must hold a master's degree or higher from a PSC-approved accredited institution.

Contact Information

Ms. Shanda Brand
Graduate Admission Advisor
CBX 70; 220 Kilpatrick Hall
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone toll free in Georgia: 800-342-0471 Ext. 1383

Dr. Barbara Roquemore, Program Coordinator
CBX 72, 105 Kilpatrick Hall
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone toll free in Georgia: 800-342-0471 Ext. 5498 

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